Yesterday, among other things, we went to the Living History House at the Museum of the Rockies. It was their big Farm Day (the last hurrah before they close for Fall/Winter) and there were lots of old-timey demonstrations, including felting, cider-making, corn grinding, blacksmithing and leatherwork. Not to mention the bluegrass and the women quilting and crocheting.
We had a lot of fun walking around the farm and checking out the produce. Above, Paul picked a crabapple high on the tree for me. It was good. They also had all sorts of produce for show, like this table full of squash. Yum!
One day I would like to have my own little garden. It was exciting to see all of the squash hidden in the field, even though they weren’t mine!